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- 2023 Mobile Tour 7
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- Andover Center for History and Culture 17
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[Recorded Monday, July 17, 2023] David (26) and Chess (34) have a One Small Step Conversation in Charlottesville. David is from Ghana and is a human rights activist advocating for youth empowerment and LGBTQIA+ rights across the African continent. Chess...
One Small Step partners Marty Watkin (62) and Bernard Artabazon (56) have a conversation about the ways in which they formed their political beliefs.
Creating Community Through Sharing Stories: Ajita Bhat reflects on her immigration to America in the pursuit of higher education, and how her impressions of the country has evolved. After settling in Andover, she quickly found community, and eventually became the...
Spouses Anne Hensley (49) and Chafe Hensley (48) discuss their future, happiness, the importance of community, and their joint business venture Weirder Wonderland LLC.
One Small Step partners Larry Lucero (41) and Kim Phox (56) discuss their views on immigration, abortion, climate change, and more.
Conversation partners Khin Oo (21) and Ratree Ratdachot (67) talk about Ratree's childhood in Thailand, moving to Queens and starting a business in Elmhurst, NY. They also discuss the importance of having an official Little Thailand in NYC and how...
Bill Beagle (71) talks with his friend Mark Maloney (87) about the role running has played in their lives and Mark's accident that left him as a quadriplegic.
Colleagues Bryan Buckley (34) and Olivia Umoren (29) discuss growing up as the children of immigrants and their careers in health equity.
Colleagues Lynn Mertz (58) and Theresa Edelstein (63) talk about their work with the Leaders in Equity and Diversity (LEAD) Collaborative. They discuss their careers and the need for health equity.